I have just completed a three part video mini-series highlighting some of the techniques I used when I made my tree chipboard album.
Part 1 demonstrates how to cover the chipboard shapes and also stamping to achieve the natural pine bough edges.
Part 2 shows how to make the paper rosette and the cute Old World Santa pocket to hold tags or pictures.
Part 3 is a detailed step-by-step video showing how to make paper pine cones using McGill paper punches. I edited this video as much as I felt I could without eliminating important pieces of the process. It is a bit lengthy but I want you to see the entire process so you understand how the final pine cone look is achieved. I hope you enjoy it and you are motivated to try them. You even get a special gift in this video of my neighbors dog ( 4 houses away) barking! I guess I can’t complain about the sensitivity of my camera’s microphones. They are awesome. My windows were shut tight because it is 15 degrees here today 🙂
Chipboard Tree Albums are available here